Professor Chakraborty’s project “Extreme love: Young people’s experiences at the intersection of intimacy and violence in urban India” has just been awarded a prestigious SSHRC Insight Grant ($90,659.00).
An interdisciplinary panel on “Recruitment and Reciprocity in Child-Centred Research” taking place this fall. All CCY students are welcome to attend. See the attached poster for panel details.
Please be advised that effective July 1, 2019, Professor Cheryl Cowdy will be on sabbatical and will no longer be fulfilling the role of Coordinator for the Children, Childhood and Youth program. We are thrilled that Professor Alison Halsall will be taking on the position for the 2019-20 academic term. We are also thrilled to […]
The Children, Childhood and Youth Program proudly presents The 2019 Career Workshop on February 4, 2019 in 001 Vanier College. Please see all details by following the link below. 2019CareerWorkshop
Please see the details by following the link below: http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2019/01/13/film-screening-fireside-chat-with-kim-culmone-offers-insight-into-evolution-of-barbie/
The Children, Childhood & Youth (CCY) Program proudly presents a film screening of Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie (Nevins, 2018) and a fireside chat with KIM CULMONE, our 2019 Alexander F. Chamberlain speaker. Kim Culmone, Mattel's Vice President of Barbie Design, sets the global creative vision for the No. 1 toy property in the world. She […]
Guest edited by CCY Professors Cheryl Cowdy and Alison Halsall, this issue reflects on the 2017 IRSCL Biennial Congress Theme, "Possible & Impossible Children: Children's Literature & Childhood Studies." This special issue prioritises perspectives on non-Anglo-American children’s literature and culture, as well as voices of scholars from varied national and ethnic backgrounds. These papers theorise […]
CCY Professor Anu Skriskandarajah Elected as TDSB School Trustee. Please follow the link below for more details. https://www.thestar.com/news
The “Talking Walls” Exhibition is a collaboration between CultureLink Settlement Services and the Connecting Culture and Childhood Project, led by Children, Childhood & Youth professor Andrea Emberly and postdoctoral fellow Tiffany Pollock. Please see details by following the link below: http://harthouse.ca/culturelink/
CCCP Symposium_2018 From June 16-18th, CCY professor A. Emberly will be hosting a symposium for her SSHRC PDG - The Connecting Culture and Childhood Project. The symposium will welcome researchers and young people interested in exploring how musical arts practices support young people in connecting to their diverse cultural heritages. The symposium will welcome delegates […]